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  • 9/11 Stamp Puzzle

    Here's the 9/11 commemorative stamp, cut into a jigsaw puzzle of 15 pieces. The wood is 5-ply poplar. At right is a the little plastic container (available at craft stores) for the pieces.

    Have phun....

    Carter


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    Once again impressive craftsmanship.


    Phil

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    • #3
      Fantastic work Carter!! It amazes me how you can cut such little pieces!

      Theresa
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